• TobiasL

    ★★★★ Watched by TobiasL 24 Feb, 2015

    An epic conclusion to an epic trilogy. If only Heath could have been in it.

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  • thequestion

    ★★★ Added by thequestion

    Probably the most disappointing end to a trilogy since The Godfather Part III.

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  • Ernest Sanders

    ★★★½ Rewatched by Ernest Sanders 02 Mar, 2015

    Okay. Before crucifying this film for being unrealistic, lazy, and unmotivated I would like to make one remark: it's a Batman movie, get over it.
    Now that that's out of the way, this film is just not as good as I remember it being. Through the first watch of this film, I remember thinking, "hey, this isn't so bad. Could be the most crisp and best executed out of the entire trilogy!" That's just false. Not even a little bit…

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  • Joyce Heinen

    ★★★★½ Rewatched by Joyce Heinen 01 Mar, 2015

    Batman has been rehabilitated. All thanks to Christopher Nolan. His movie trilogy is definitely one of the best of the last years. This movie isn’t about being a hero, but the revival of a broken man.

    In “Batman Begins” we saw how Bruce Wayne became Batman, in “The Dark Knight” he blooms, but we also see his weaknesses. After taking the blame for Harvey Dent’s death, Batman isn’t the hero Gotham needs. And with the anti-crime law, crime is almost…

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  • The Film Avenger

    ★★★★★ Added by The Film Avenger

    Superb does not even begin to describe this film. It is satisfying as both a stand-alone film and the conclusion to a trilogy. Far too many movie series today leave more questions than answers when they supposedly "end" (I'm looking at you, POTC). This end is probably the most satisfying since The Lord of the Rings. And I never thought there was even a way to end Batman in a satisfactory way, which made me a little tepid about it.…

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  • James Kinsella

    ★★★ Rewatched by James Kinsella 02 Nov, 2014

    Poor ending to what could have been an amazing trilogy. Talia Al Ghul for a start... Maannn. Bane as well, yes some great scenes, but annoying, the comic book character wasn't! That pisses me off! Both there death scenes are shockingly bad honestly.

    When I first saw it at the cinema when it came out, I was just taken away by the experience. It was only afterwards until I started to notice faults, I shouldn't have, I should have loved it and I didn't, I don't. Some good moments but just not as good as other two.

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  • merryjoykubit22

    ★★★½ Added by merryjoykubit22

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  • Josh Surratt

    ★★★½ Added by Josh Surratt

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Clearly the weakest of Nolan's trilogy. Not to say that's a bad thing - it's still an entertaining movie with more value than most movies have to offer. It just reeks of anti-climax for me. In a weird way, it's almost like Spider-Man 3 (which is underrated) - there's just too much shit going on for one movie.

    I mean, what's the plot again? The daughter of Ra's al Ghul pretends she isn't his daughter and Bane is supposed to…

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  • HP_Lovecat

    ★★ Added by HP_Lovecat

    This is not a good film, how it has an 8.6 on imdb just further adds to why that site is a crock of fanboy shit.

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  • DelVecchio Johnothan

    Added by DelVecchio Johnothan

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    1/10 ign rating due to Heath ledger not portraying bane

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  • Jez Meyer

    ★★★½ Added by Jez Meyer

    Certainly not possessed of the depth of the second film, TDKR is a superior action film nevertheless let down in a few key areas. Bane suffers in the same manner Ledger's Joker did in the previous film; from a one-dimensionality and overt politicism that stems from Nolan's attempt to portray the Batman universe in a realistic manner. It is also sad that a movie of this length explores so little the fertile thematic ground it marks out as its own.

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  • Brian Hann

    ★★★★ Added by Brian Hann

    Nolan's third and final Batman movie is a flawed masterpiece. The problem for the movie is following up The Dark Knight. The villain of the piece, Bane, is completely unintelligible for many of his speaking parts, which is just silly, but his on screen menace and presence is very strong. But he had to follow Heath Ledger's Joker......

    As a trilogy this set is very difficult to top.

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